Compost were an American jazz-rock band from N.Y.C. that released two albums on CBS/Columbia between 1971 and 1973. Members: Jack DeJohnette (vocals, keyboards, drums), Harold Vick (tenor saxophone, flute, bass violin, clarinet, piano), Jack Gregg (bass, guitar, vocals), Bob Moses (drums, vocals), Jumma Santos (congas, percussion) Discography: Compost (1971) Life Is Round (1973)

Jimmy Owens ‎– Headin’ Home (1978)

Headin’ Home is the third solo album by jazz-funk trumpeter Jimmy Owens, released in 1978 on Horizon. Tracklist: A1. “Home” (5:53) A2. “New Tune” (5:47) A3. “Dreaming My Life Away” (5:45) A4. “Never Subject to Change” (5:34) B1. “B.S.” (6:51) B2. “Sweet Love” (9:42) B3. “Exercise (Dis’go Dis’way)” (6:21) Credits: Jimmy Owens — trumpet, flugelhorn […]

Harold Vick

Harold Vick (April 3, 1936 — Nov. 13, 1987) was an American post-bop/jazz-funk saxophonist and flautist from Rocky Mount, NC. Discography: Steppin’ Out! (1964) Straight Up (1967) The Caribbean Suite (1967) Watch What Happens (1968) The Power of Feeling (1973 • Sir Edward) Commitment (1974) Don’t Look Back (1975) After the Dance (1977)